March 21, 2020

Mr. Robot – a psychological thriller

An American television series, Mr. Robot, is a techno and psychological thriller drama.

Sam Esmail created and Mac Quayle composed the television series, Mr. Robot. The television show, Mr. Robot is produced by Igor Srubshchik, Rami Malek, and Christian Slater with Sam Esmail, Chad Hamilton, Kyle Bradstreet, Steve Golin, and Joseph E. Iberti as the executive producers.

Mr. Robot was shot on the single-camera in New York city. The cinematography was done by Tim Ives and Tod Campbell and was produced under the Universal Content Productions, Esmail Corp, Universal Cable Productions, and the Anonymous Content production banner. read more

March 2, 2020

Better Call Saul – A Black-comedy drama

The American television drama series, Better Call Saul is the tragedic black comedy crime drama series. Peter Gould and Prince Gilligan were the creators of the series and Dave Porter was the composer.

The series, Better Call Saul was produced by Nina Jack, Robin Sweet, Jonathan Glatzer, Bob Odenkirk, Diane Mercer, and Gordon Smith with Peter Gould, Melissa Bernstein, Gennifer Hutchison, Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, and Thomas Schnauz as the executive producers of the series.

The series was shot at Albuquerque, New Mexico. Marshall Adams and Arthur Albert have done the cinematography of the series. The production was done under the Crystal Diner Productions, Sony Pictures Television, High Bridge Productions, and the Gran Via Productions production companies. Sony Pictures Television has done the distribution for the series. read more

April 17, 2020

Bodyguard – a crime drama

The British television series, Bodyguard is a crime, drama, political thriller television series. Jed Mercurio is the creator as well as the writer of the series. John Strickland and Thomas Vincent are the directors of the series, Bodyguard. Ruskin Williamson and Ruth Barrett are the composers of the series.

The series, Bodyguard is produced by Eric Coulter as well as Priscilla Parish as producers and also includes Jed Mercurio, Simon Heath, and Elizabeth Kilgarriff as the executive producers of the series. London is the production location of the series, Bodyguard. John Lee is the cinematographer of the series and Andrew John, as well as Steve Singleton, are the editors of the series. read more

February 10, 2020

Knives Out: Whodunit?

Knives Out, directed by Rian Johnson, has been described as the modern “whodunit.” If you are at all familiar with old-timey mystery novels, you might recognize some of this: Popular crime novelist, Harlan Thrombey, invites his family to his manor to celebrate his 85th birthday. However, the festivities come to a crashing halt when he is found by the housekeeper, Fran, dead, supposedly having slit his own throat. Benoit Blanc, a private detective, is hired by an anonymous party to investigate the scene. We explore the world with Blanc as he learns how Harlan had alienated much of his family. This included threatening to expose his son-in-law’s affair, cut off his thieving daughter-in-law, fire his youngest son from his publishing company, and cut his grandson out of his will. Blanc eventually teams up with the suspicious but knowledgeable nurse, Marta Cabrera. We soon learn from the family lawyer that Harlan has left everything to Marta, causing some hostility from the family and encouraging her attempted escape. This heartfelt and fascinatingly familiar, yet unique movie received an astounding response from movie fans across the board. read more

February 28, 2020

Altered Carbon – A cyberpunk genre

An American television series, Altered Carbon is a web cyberpunk genre series. The series is created by Laeta Kalogridis and Jeff Russo composed it.

It is basically based on the novel of Richard K. morgan of the same name Altered carbon.

John G. Lenic was the producer of the series with James Middleton, Dana Goldberg, Mike Medavoy, Bradley J. Fischer, Nick Hurran, Garrett Lerner, Alison Schapker, Brian Nelson, David Ellison, Marcy Ross, Arnold W. Messer, James Vanderbilt, Russel Friend, Steve Blackman, and Laeta Kalogridis as the executive producers of the Altered Carbon series. read more

March 7, 2020

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Sitcom genre drama

An American television series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a police procedural sitcom genre drama. Michael Schur and Dan Goor created the television series and Dan Marocco composed the series. Jacques Slade, Frank Greenfield, Dan Marocco, and Laman Van Scimer composed the theme of the series named Brooklyn nine-Nine.

Marshall Boone, Matt Nodella, Neil Campbell, Cortney Carrillo, Phil Augusta Jackson, Richard H. Prince, Norm Hiscock, Andy Samberg, Matt Lawton, Carol Kolb, and Sierra Ornelas Miller produced the series. read more

December 24, 2019

The Irishman – Fantastic Crime Genre

An American legendary crime fiction genre film, The Irishman. The film was written by Steven Zaillian, produced and directed by Martin Scorsese. It was based on a 2004 published book by Charles Brandt named I Heard You Paint Houses.

It involves some co-producers also namely Robert De Niro, Koskoff, Randall Emmett, Gerald Chamales, Jane Rosenthal, Irwin Winkler, Emma Tillinger, Gaston Pavlovich, and Gabriele Israilovivi under Sikelia Productions, TriBeCa Productions, and Winkler Films company.

The film was premiered on 1st November 2019 in the United States and on 27th September 2019 in the 57th New York Film Festival. read more

March 27, 2020

Silent Witness – A crime drama genre

The British television series, Silent Witness is the crime drama series.

Nigel McCrery was the creator of the series, John Harle was the theme music composer, and Sheridan

Tongue was the composer of the Silent Witness television series.

Anne Pivcevic, Sharon Bloom, and Ceri Meyrick were the producers with Laura Mackie, Phillipa Giles, and Jessica Pope as the executive producers of the series. The BBC Studios distributed the Silent Witness television series and released it on the 21st of February 1996. It is still in premiering on the BBC One original television network. read more

January 28, 2020

The Good Liar Review

Betty McLeish, a former Oxford professor and recent widow, is an elderly millionaire, the perfect target for Roy Courtnay, a British con artist, and his partner Vincent. Faking a bad knee, Roy plays on the old woman’s sympathy and convinces her to let him stay at her house.

During his stay, he persuades her to open an offshore investment account with the goal of stealing her fortune. At the same time, Roy and Vincent have been steadily working on a different mark, Bryn, by hiring a group of fake Russian investors. As the job comes to a close, one of these men demand a greater cut of the winnings, and Roy orders his thugs to break his hand. The two jobs intersect when Bryn realizes that he has been robbed and follows Roy on a date with Betty. Unfortunately for Bryn, Roy will stop at nothing to get what he wants. read more